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Doctors Enlist Therapists To Deliver Better, Cheaper Care
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We'd all like a medical genius like TV's Dr. Gregory House to rescue us from a life-threatening crisis. But what can he do to prevent diabetes? Adam Taylor/Fox/AP hide caption

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California Weighs Expanded Role For Nurse Practitioners
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The Frank H. Netter School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn., will open this fall. The school has a specific mission: minting doctors who want to go into primary care practice. Quinnipiac University hide caption

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New Medical School Wants To Build Ranks Of Primary Care Doctors
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Group therapy is popular in mental health circles. Are group appointments for medical conditions worth a try? iStockphoto.com hide caption

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